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is offering electronic textbook rentals. it is getting lonelier at the top for rupert murdoch. jane king has the business news in the bloomberg business report. good morning to you. >> that enter circle for rupert murdoch getting smaller. he is under pressure. he may lose his place as ceo of news corp.. he is scheduled to discuss the company's role before the u.k. parliament today over t. "news of the world" was shut down earlier this month. goldman sachs reporting their quarterly results today. we'll hear from apple and yahoo! tonight. stock futures are looking pretty strong. we did have a bit of a down day yesterday. the deadline passed is getting closer and closer about the debt limit. prices's back-to-school are cheaper than target and cheaper than kmart 94% of the time. those prices are likely to drop more as the back-to-school season progresses. amazon is going to start selling electronic textbook rentals as a way to draw people to their kindle e-reader. prices will be reduced as much as 80%. those rentals have late fees. i'm jane king reporting for wbal-tv 11 news. >> i cannot wait fo
. the wireless industry supports the bill. a date has not been set for full house vote. >> rupert murdoch may be struggling for control of his own media empire. jane king has the business news in the bloomberg business report. good morning to you. >> good morning. some of news corp. independent directors are beginning to question the response to the phone hacking crisis. for maroc is scheduled to testify at a hearing tomorrow about his responsibility for phone hacking. so much of bloomberg's media properties do compete with news corp. the ins representing pilots -- a combined securities less. this government's how pilots will be placed in so-called seniority lists. is the first of six such agreements to be complete those airlines. stock futures looking pretty rough. check out prices of gold's. already touching $1,600 an ounce earlier this morning. gold is seen as a safe haven. on friday, we saw gains for energy and tech companies. to put's digest'" looking themselves up for sale. they are asking $1 billion. i'm jane king reporting for wbal-tv 11 news. back to you. >> what do have trust in the
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